Living on campus is one of the most exciting facets of college life. In addition to the convenience of being a quick walk away from all your classes, there’s no better way to meet new people and learn independence and responsibility. Simply put, campus living is an experience unlike any other.
At Grand Canyon University, approximately 4,000 students chose to live on campus in fall 2013—nearly half of our traditional student population! Freshmen housing includes Hegel Hall (all male), Canyon Hall (all female), Chaparral Hall (coed by floor) and Sedona Hall (coed by floor). Camelback Hall will be used for overflow, if necessary.
All the dorms are suite-style, meaning you’ll share a bedroom with one or two roommates and a living room with two or three suitemates. Living with fellow freshmen will give you the benefit of living with your peers, surrounded by other students who are going through the same experiences and transitions as you during your first year at GCU. A new apartment complex is also slated to open for fall 2014.
At GCU, students are given a lot of freedom when picking out where they’d like to live on campus. Our Online Housing Application allows you to browse available housing areas and select which room you’d like to call home. You can also request to be someone’s roommate directly through the system, allowing you to decide who brings the mini fridge and who brings the posters ASAP.
Don’t miss out on the ultimate college experience of living on campus. You can’t reserve your dorm until you’ve enrolled so contact an admissions representative at 800-800-9776 or CampusAdmissions@gcu.edu today to jumpstart the process!